It is again time for our weekly caption contest! This week I want your best dialogue for BOTH word bubbles for this image from the Anime Series “Unbreakable Machine Doll” :
The usual rules apply, You are limited to Three (3) entries which are due by 2 PM Eastern Time on Tuesday July 14th. Of course I as always expect you to keep your entries no worse then PG-13 in nature and that you follow all the normal rules of the forum when writing your caption for the above image. That being said I wish you all Good luck!
Ok guys, this weeks contest is going to be really simple. I want you to create a character in the style of the Golden Age of comics. If you don’t know what the Golden Age of comics is, it’s the period between 1935 and 1955, which was the birth of the superhero genre of comics. So think characters like the original incarnations of The Flash and Green Lantern.
Rules for posts, contests, and challenges that I am hosting: Original characters only, no copyrighted characters, no characters based on copyrighted characters, no characters based on RPG’s or other games. The characters must be your own design and not based on any character that might be copyrighted in any way. I have the right to delete any post that I believe crosses this line without warnings. Only post characters that you have either created for this contest specifically or you know for certain have never been entered to a contest before. If you aren’t certain, don’t enter it, because I’m not going to go back through all of the contests and check.
Considering I didn’t know how well this contest was going to be received, I think it turned out alright, don’t you? Anyway, remember, Open Image In New Tab is your friend here, because y’all need to see these in full size. Good thing I’m not voting, because I think my brain would explode trying to decide.
I love doing the inspired by music CDCs, almost as much as I love the fashion show CDCs. I love seeing how people interpret music, and last weeks contests showed that off to a fantastic extent. And I also love the fact that the winner was the person who chose to represent an over 10 minute long song with heromachine, rather wonderfully I might add. So it gives me great pleasure to say something that hasn’t been said in a while, this weeks winner is Cliff, for his representation of Perfect Sunset and Midori’s Secrets; Creation. Congrats Cliff, please make sure you speak to dblade about your prize, and well done to everyone who entered, I loved seeing you art and listening to the music that inspired it.
I present to you a helmet/mask requested by Extremely Epic and closed eyes requested by Stulte for their contest prizes. The helmet pieces can be found in Headgear/Military and the eyes can be found in Eyes/Standard.
So, COTW is back for another special and this one is just plain ridiculous. I actually had to confirm that it was in fact heromachine before I could do this post. I’m not gonna say much about it, because really it just speaks for its self, but Gargantua really managed to do a special one right here.
Once more into the breach my friends, yes it is again time to jump feet first into another Caption Contest. This week I want you to get your thinking caps on and give me some good dialogue for the following image:
The usual rules apply, You are limited to Three (3) entries which are due by 12 noon Eastern Time on Tuesday July 8th. Of course I as always expect you to keep your entriesno worse then PG-13 in nature and that you follow all the normal rules of the forum when writing your caption for the above image. That being said I wish you all Good luck!
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